From Tunisia to Arab Spring of Egypt, or from Jel Canal cleaning drive of Barisal to Lauhajang River cleaning drive of Tangail in Bangladesh, social media has been playing an important role in accelerating social movements on different issues in different forms in different countries. In this case, Facebook is the most popular. Understanding the strength of social media as a form of visuals and visualizing social movement are now considered very important for socio-economic development as well as for policy reform for the development agencies of the country. Visualizing how various development and social issues are discussed, placed and interpreted in different social media is also important for the government agencies so that they can address the issues and response to the citizens by creating a bridge between the government and citizens. It can also be one of the best tools to draw government attention for solving social problems, creating mass awareness, and motivating people. Access to Information (a2i) Programme of Prime Minister’s Office in Dhaka has been playing a catalyst role in visualizing social movements accelerated through various social networks in Bangladesh. It acts as a mediator of encouraging social movements for addressing social problems and for ensuring better public services.